Iraq

A tragic life that mirrors Palestine's history

Yousef M. Aljamal
28 February 2014

After being tortured in a Syrian prison, Muhammad remains separated from his children and wife.

BBC intensifies its whitewashing of Israel

The Israeli government must be rubbing its hands in glee at BBC propaganda painting it as “humanitarian” despite so many ongoing crimes against Palestinians.

ADL issues 2013 list of top 10 "anti-Israel groups"

There are some surprising inclusions and omissions on the Zionist group’s latest list.

Beware of "politicians and their lies," says Palestinian author

Gaza-born Abdel Bari Atwan is best known for interviewing Osama bin Laden.

Arab Bank mounts legal challenge against claims of aiding terror

Charlotte Silver
San Francisco
9 July 2013

A Jordanian bank accused of providing services to Hamas is petitioning the US Supreme Court.

Iraqi artist offers nostalgic view of Jaffa

London show by Nedim Kufi includes historical images of 1930s Palestinian city.

"Bone-breaker" Rabin lauded in new book by veteran lobbyist

Former American Jewish Congress chief Robert Lifton tries to put a human face on some of Israel’s most notorious war criminals.

How Amnesty has let down Bradley Manning

There is nothing complex about Bradley Manning’s case, so why is the world’s best known human rights group not demanding his release?

Weddady's Free Arabs, American Islamic Congress and the pro-Israel funders who helped them rise

Max Blumenthal
New York City
7 May 2013

A group that rose with US government and Israel lobby funding during the early stages of the Iraq war incubated the controversial new website “Free Arabs.”

Italy's new foreign minister Emma Bonino wants Israel in EU

Veteran politician regards war criminal Shimon Peres as her friend.

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